E-university's shape gains more definition

January 26, 2001

The e-university's pulling potential will become clearer in coming weeks as the funding council selects who should serve on its committee for academic quality. Vice-chancellors have been invited to nominate candidates by mid-February.

The e-university will be further defined by the companies chosen as joint-venture partners.

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